We are glad the breakout of COVID 19 brought new worldview that requires new mission strategies. Yesterday, I convened an Archdeaconry Council, the policymaking body of the Archdeaconry, to look into what the Lord may be leading us to accomplish for and with Him. I reminded members that since the Church being salt and light, our job is transform Christians from church members to disciples. In my 14 years of being an archdeacon, I have found that good theology does not make good pastors. My vision in Hoima is to build a people of the Kingdom: a growing community of disciples rather than simply church members. This is in line with our Diocesan Vision that says, “Mature, Stable and grounded Christian Lives whose worship bring glory to God; ready to serve".